- Maintain proper sinus care
- Remove mold and other irritants from the home, office, and car
- Follow a sinus-friendly nutrition program
- Find the right medications and treatments
- Experience total-body health
Jordan S. Josephson, M.D., is a board-certified Otolaryngologist who was named one of "New York /i> magazine's "Best Doctors." He is the director of the New York Nasal and Sinus Center and is an attending physician at Manhattan Eye, Ear, and Throat Hospital. Dr. Josephson has appeared on "The Today Show," "CBS News," and "Fox News," and has been featured and quoted in "The New York Times," "The New York Post," "Newsday," "Allure," "Men's Health," "Elle," and "Parenting,
Asthma For Dummies will help asthma sufferers and their loved ones get a strong handle on managing the disease. Dr. William Berger, one of the nation’s foremost experts on allergies and asthma, gives you the tools you need to:Understand the relationship between allergies and asthma Identify your asthma triggers Prepare for your first doctor’s visit Allergy-proof your home or office environment Avoid asthma complications Find outside support
Featuring up-to-date coverage of childhood asthma, this easy-to-understand guide covers all the vital issues surrounding asthma, including handling food allergies, exercising when asthmatic, asthma during pregnancy, and all the latest medications. You’ll find tips on avoiding allergens that cause respiratory symptoms, testing for allergies, and dealing with HMOs. This fact-packed guide also features:A dedicated chapter to asthma in the elderly The latest information on Claritin and Clarinex, two common allergy medications taken by those with asthma The interrelationships between asthma and other respiratory complications of untreated allergy such as ear, sinus, tonsil, and adenoid disease Extensive information on controller drugs and rescue medications Future trends in asthma therapy
Offering the latest on allergy shots and tips for traveling with asthma, Asthma for Dummies will relieve your anxiety about asthma, help you control your triggers, and manage the disease long-term.
Under the weather? Eminent lung specialist Neil Schachter, M.D., arms you with the knowledge you need to boost immunity and avoid illness. And when colds, flu, and other respiratory infections do strike, you'll know exactly how to relieve uncomfortable symptoms like congestion and fever.
In this book you'll find:Treatment plans for the most common respiratory infections, including colds, flu, bronchitis, pneumonia, sinusitis, and strep throatThe right way to use vitamin C and zinc to combat a coldThe important difference between a head cold and chest coldThe five best ways to quiet a coughThree signs that indicate if it's a cold or fluThree symptoms that signal it's time to call a doctorWhy humming five seconds a day can reduce risk of sinus problemsThe surprising reason why women catch more coldsAnd much more
With Dr. Schachter's guidance, you'll stay one step ahead of colds and flu.